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Association between adhesive capsulitis and depression: a five-year retrospective cohort study including 58,516 adults from Germany

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posted on 2023-09-01, 15:00 authored by Louis Jacob, Ai Koyanagi, Hans Oh, Lee Smith, Marcel Konrad, Jae Il Shin, Josep Maria Haro, Karel Kostev
Background Little is known on the longitudinal relationship between adhesive capsulitis and depression. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the association between adhesive capsulitis and the five-year cumulative incidence of depression in adults from Germany. Methods The present retrospective cohort study included all adults aged ≥18 years with a first diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis in one of 1198 general practices in Germany between January 2010 and December 2018 (index date). Patients with adhesive capsulitis were matched to those without adhesive capsulitis using a propensity score based on age, sex, index year, average number of visits per year, and diagnoses documented prior to or at the index date (i.e., thyroid gland disorders, diabetes mellitus, coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular diseases, and Parkinson's disease and secondary parkinsonism). In individuals without adhesive capsulitis, the index date was a randomly selected visit date. Results This study included 29,258 patients with and 29,258 patients without adhesive capsulitis (mean [SD] age 55.9 [15.6] years; 53.2% men). Within five years of the index date, there were 17.5% of patients with adhesive capsulitis and 8.7% of those without adhesive capsulitis diagnosed with incident depression (log-rank p-value<0.001). This result was corroborated in the Cox regression analysis, as there was a positive and significant association between adhesive capsulitis and the cumulative incidence of depression (HR = 1.86, 95% CI: 1.78–1.95). Conclusion In this study, adhesive capsulitis was associated with an increased cumulative incidence of depression. Further research is warranted to better understand the mediating factors involved in this relationship.

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Refereed

  • Yes

Volume

155

Page range

395-400

Publication title

Journal of Psychiatric Research

ISSN

1879-1379

Publisher

Elsevier

File version

  • Published version

Language

  • eng

Legacy posted date

2022-10-07

Legacy creation date

2022-10-07

Legacy Faculty/School/Department

Faculty of Science & Engineering

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